The enigmatic city of Tokyo seems to combine a multitude of different elements, ranging from ancient Far Eastern mythology to playful retro-futurism, to create a style which is unique to itself. This book ventures beyond the neat and tidy main streets and delves into the antiquated alleyways to search for an authentic image of Japan's capital city.
Limited Edition of 100
w 233mm x h 263mm
80 Pages, 74 black and white images
Some photographs from this book are also available as limited edition silver gelatin prints, made by the photographer.
Available from these independent book shops:
Meteor (Hong Kong 香港)
Shashasha / 写々者 (Japan 日本)
Beyond Words (United Kingdom)
Riceball Photography Bookstore (Singapore)
Hong Kong Digital Printing Association, 2016
Merit Award (Digital Printing Section)
28th Hong Kong Print Awards, 2016
South China Morning Post: http://www.scmp.com/culture/books/article/2061507/...
Japan Camera Hunter: http://www.japancamerahunter.com/2016/11/photograp...
Dans Ta Cuve (French): https://www.danstacuve.org/livre-tokyo-de-paul-bra...
Hong Kong Print Awards: http://www.hongkongprintawards.org/28th_08b_3.html